History of the Big V

First VAFA representative team
The Big V is one of the most well-known sporting jumpers in Australia and its heritage was born out of the Amateurs. The VAFA were the first to wear the Big V in a game against South Australian Amateurs in 1925 and it has been worn by Victorian teams of all sports since. The VAFA has a proud history of providing opportunities for its players to play representative football and there is no higher honour in representative football than pulling on the Big V. See below for results from all the VAFA’s representative teams.

See the match record of the senior Big V Team.

Coach: N/A

2019: VAFA lost to AFL Victoria Country by 17 points at Ikon Park on July 13

See the match record of the senior women’s Big V team

Coach: Tom Stafford

2019 Result: VAFA def AFL Goldfields by 151 points at Elsternwick Park

See the match record of the Premier B- Division 4 Big V team. 

Coach: Dave Murray

2019: VAFA defeated Perth FL by 31 points at Fremantle Oval on July 6

See the match record for the VAFA U19 Big V team.

Coach: David Kinsella

2019 Result: VAFA def AFL Victoria Country by 38 points on June 8 at Elsternwick Park